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A Shawl... And A Matching Cat.

"What do you mean by 'it's yours'?"

Luna stole my shawl.

Yesterday I was taking a photo of my Vector shawl for Ravelry to show how much progress I've made when Luna decided that the shawl would much better serve as a blanket for her.


She seems to think that everything I knit is especially made for her and she can get away with anything by just looking cute. I hate to admit how often it actually works.

She looked so happy that I just let her have it for a while. And she really matches the colors perfectly, I wonder where I got the inspiration...?

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  1. So adorable!!! We have different relationships with my cat, she knows very well - the access to my knits is strictly prohibited :)

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    1. The cats know they shouldn't touch my yarns and the other two know to steer away from my knitting altogether, but Luna hasn't learned that yet :) Luckily she just sleeps on the things I knit so she doesn't really do any harm except for some occasional cat hair... ;)

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  2. haha, Luna know that the shawl matches her fur, she looks so happy on it!

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    1. Yeah, doesn't she? I just couldn't tell her to go away because she was seemed to be enjoying herself so much + she looked too cute :)

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  3. She coordinates very attractively with the shawl. Very pretty pussy cat.
    I've just ordered a gradient kit in a colour way called scotch from Black Trillium in Oregon and the colours are a bit similar. I can't wait to get it.

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    1. This was a really nice shawl to knit and I'm really happy how it turned out. I've been wearing mine a lot. Hope you have a great time knitting (and wearing) yours!

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